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Queen Margrethe of Denmark Golden Poppies ~  Made by Griegst in 1976 of 21k gold with aquamarines, diamonds, moonstones, opals, and pearls The poppies are detachable and can be worn separately. Each flower has baroque pearls inside and 4 diamond-tipped stamens. The design is a very literal translation of a garden flower, including moonstones and aquamarines on the leaves to represent dewdrops and insects. Supposedly there are tiny lights, to illuminate the flowers.

Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Danish Royal Jewels: Queen Margrethe's Golden Poppies Tiara and Parure

Queen Margrethe's Golden Poppies Tiara and Parure. The Queen commissioned it from Danish jewellery designer Arje Griegst in 1976. It is said to be suggested Queen Margrethe had a hand in designing it. The poppy flowers are made of 21 carat gold hammered to very thin plates. Drops of aquamarines, carved opal and moonstones can be found inside some of the flowers or the leaves. All poppies in the hairpiece are detachable. The hairpiece with a different necklace and earrings (right)

Queen Margrethe's Golden Poppies Tiara and Parure. The Queen commissioned it from Danish jewellery designer Arje Griegst in

The Queen Mother's Palm Leaf Brooch   One of the Queen Mother's favorite brooches was this palm leaf, created for her by Cartier from ston...

The Queen Mother's Palm Leaf (Paisley) Brooch, created for her by Cartier from stones already in her collection in It includes a center of brilliant diamonds of varying shapes inside a curved diamond border. I just love paisley!

Queen Margherita’s Musy Tiara In 1904, news reached Queen Margherita, the Queen Mother of Italy, that her daughter-in-law Queen Elena had given birth to a son. he delighted Queen Mother decided to...

Queen Margherita’s Musy Tiara In 1904, news reached Queen Margherita, the Queen Mother of Italy, that her daughter-in-law Queen Elena had given birth to a son. he delighted Queen Mother decided to...

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Queen Margherita of Italy wearing the Mellerio laurel tiara and another floral tiara on her head. by tabitha

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Badge of the Order of Santiago de Compostela The religious Order of St. James (Sant Iago) was a military order established in 1171 at the pilgrimage cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain to protect it from attacks by Muslims.

MIDNIGHT TIARA ~ 31 flower buds with over 1,300 small diamond brilliants and polished moonstones set in a structure of leaves and branches engraved in rose and white gold with black oxidized silver. The colors and light and shading effects replicate a starry moonlit sky at midnight. Designed by Charlotte Lynggaard of the Ole Lynggaard firm, a jeweler to the Danish royal court, it was handmade by goldsmiths in the company’s studio. Worn only by Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.

Photos (clockwise from top left): Crown Princess Mary of Denmark; Crown Princess Mary of Denmark; Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

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